AUSTIN, Texas — A year after Whole Foods Market launched its Eco-Scale system, which rates products red, orange, yellow or green based on environmental and sourcing standards, more than 90% of the retailer's household cleaning sales pass its green cleaning test. Whole Foods sells more than 275 Eco-Scale-rated products from liquid laundry detergents and fabric softeners to all-purpose, glass and toilet bowl cleaners. It requires full disclosure of ingredients on all ...

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